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Wildlands School Visits (for schools and teachers)
Wildlands will be hosting 3 visitation days geared toward helping other schools and teachers learn about our teacher powered / project based learning / student driven learning culture. The dates for the spring of 2015 are listed below. You can click on the links to register.
Interested in Applying or Visiting? (for parents and prospective students)
If you are interested in applying to Wildlands for the 2015-16 school year the enrollment period starts February 2, 2015 and students may apply to Wildlands. The enrollment window closes on April 30th.
Information regarding how and what to do can be found on our admissions web page.
Wildlands is hosting several open house / visit days this spring for prospective students and families. If you are interested in learning more about the school please try to attend one of these events. We have far too many requests for visits to schedule them individually.
Here is our visit day schedule:
You do not need to register for these days, just arrive at the specified time.
Sunday February 2 from 9am to 11am (Beaver Creek Reserve French Toast Breakfast)
Monday, February 23, from 9:30am to 11am (school is in session, tours, and questions)
Thursday, March 12, from 9:30am to 11am (school is in session, tours, and questions)
Tuesday, March 31, from 7pm to 8pm, Student Showcase Night (questions after)
Thursday, April 23, from 9:30am to 11am (school is in session, tours, questions)
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